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Indonesian Food Channel
BY HARYO PRAMOE
@ VOL 18
ON JUN 24, 2014
Haryo Pramoe has over thirteen years of experience in the world of culinary and kitchen management industry. Unsatisfied with the visual quality of cooking programs on television, he decided to create Indonesian Food Channel (IFC), using YouTube as platform. IFC delivers the best food visual supported by professionals (cameramen, chefs, food stylists, directors) with similar passion on cuisine and culinary art. Chef Haryo believes that through IFC he can promote Indonesian cuisine and tourism more effectively as well educating the young generation to be proud of their cultural heritage. (in Indonesian)
Damn the Torpedoes: A Life in Service to Art
BY PAULA OWEN
@ VOL 19
ON AUG 25, 2015
Paula Owen believes artists are essential in a healthy society — agents of social change able to articulate bold, complicated and important ideas. That passion has driven her to take great calculated risks in her life and career, and to great effect: She overcame childhood polio and helped raise her siblings after her mother was left disabled by the disease. She went on an archaeological dig during a military coup in Panama. She graduated college at a time when 70% of women did not work outside the home. That determination contributed to her successful leadership of the Southwest School of Art, where she serves her ultimate goal of fostering artists in the Southwest.
The Great Loves of My Life: food and travel
BY HANNAH MCDONALD-MONIZ
@ VOL 1
ON FEB 11, 2016
Hannah McDonald-Moniz is a traveler, storyteller, list-maker, and food enthusiast. Hannah speaks about the two great loves of her life: food and travel. While eating her way around the world, she has realised that food is truly the way to a country’s heart, and that through the particularities and traditions surrounding cuisine, we can learn about the history, culture, and spirit of a place.
From Siberia to Texas: Uncovering My Family’s Immigration Story One Recipe at a Time
BY MARY KALTENBERG
@ VOL 33
ON MAY 22, 2017
Mary Kaltenberg best introduces her story herself:
"It started during a blizzard storm the first week I arrived back in the United States early 2016. As an activity for my mom and I during this cold snowy day, we gathered recipes and started compiling them into a cohesive cookbook. I asked questions about the origination of the recipe and through each recipe lived a different story. Translating and transcribing developed into a documentation of our family history, rich of funny, suspenseful and adventurous stories. One recipe at a time I uncovered the story of my Jewish, Russian, Polish family - how they became a family, survived in Siberia, were deported and stripped of citizenship and the humor of eventually adapting to American culture."